The Get Right Band
Asheville, NC genre-bending power trio The Get Right Band is releasing their first live album on January 26th! Check out this live video of one of the album songs: an upbeat, punky cover of The Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star." You have to listen all the way to the end to catch the modernized lyrical twist! For more info on the band and the new record, head to www.facebook.com/thegetrightband or www.thegetrightband.com.
The Get Right Band will be releasing their first ever live album, Live in Asheville, on January 26, 2019. This is the band’s 4th release, following up on the national success of Who’s in Charge? The new album was recorded in the band’s hometown at Asheville Music Hall and was mixed and produced by the band members themselves.
Ashville’s The Get Right Band has released their 3rd LP, Who’s In Charge?, through legendary Echo Mountain Studios (Widespread Panic, Smashing Pumpkins), and has been engineered, mixed, and co-produced by Julian Dreyer (The Avett Brothers), and was mastered by six-time Grammy winner Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Grace Potter, Dr.
"Who's in Charge?" asks "who's got the power?" Me? You? Them? In so many situations we've all been in--business, school, politics--why should the few have power over the many? When we recorded this track, we wanted to combine the high energy rock n' roll that we bring to our live shows with the psychedelic approach we took in producing this album. It's the first song of the journey and the title track, so we really put everything we've got into it.
The Get Right Band, is releasing its hotly anticipated new album, Bass Treble Angel Devil. The hour-long juggernaut of high-energy tunes, bold and witty lyrics, and adventurous production approach melds funk, rock, and reggae into a dance party album that will have listeners singing along and shaking their booties from track one.
The Get Right Band, is releasing its hotly anticipated new album, Bass Treble Angel Devil. The hour-long juggernaut of high-energy tunes, bold and witty lyrics, and adventurous production approach melds funk, rock, and reggae into a dance party album that will have listeners singing along and shaking their booties from track one.“The Get Right Band is a hard-touring trio with the musical energy and power of The Police,” says legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle.
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The music scene in Asheville, NC has been thriving as of late; however, the "word is out" so to say, and it's becoming increasingly difficult to stand out in the musical hotbed of the Carolinas. The Get Right Band has the entire puzzle pieces needed to do just that, and their new EP Shake demonstrates a tasty mix of funk, reggae, rock, solid songwriting, and hip-swinging selections that leaves the listener thirsty for more from this three-piece group. The EP opens with a very seductive, blues infused <
Hard-touring funk/rock/boogie trio The Get Right Band has released its highly anticipated debut album. Shake brings the group’s signature high-energy dance party to this amped up rock n’ roll CD. The disc features stripped down but creatively layered and produced performances of the band’s original tunes.
“The Get Right Band is a three-piece with the musical energy and power of The Police,” says legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle, whose son Chris Pyle mans the drums for the group.